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## Assessments for K.CC.1

#### Rote Counting Checklist – K.CC.1

Individual interview assessment to assess students ability to rote count from 1-100.

## Assessments for K.CC.2

#### Counting Forward 0-20 (Written) – K.CC.2, K.CC.3

Independent student task to assess if students are able to count forward from any given number in written form.

Counting Forward 0-20 (Written)

#### Counting Forward 51-100 – K.CC.2

Individual interview checklist to assess if students are able to count forward beginning from any given number.

#### Counting Forward Checklist 21-50 – K.CC.2

Individual interview checklist to assess students ability to count forward from 21-50 from any given number.

#### Counting Forward 0-20 – K.CC.2

Individual interview checklist to assess if students are able to count forward beginning from any given number.

## Assessments for K.CC.3

#### Drawing 1-10 – K.CC.4, K.CC.5

Students demonstrate one-to-one correspondence and cardinality by drawing sets of objects, showing understanding of ‘one more’, and number writing.

#### Drawing 0-20 – K.CC.3, K.CC.4

Students demonstrate one-to-one correspondence and cardinality by drawing sets of objects, showing understanding of ‘one more’, and number writing.

#### 1-10 Counting – K.CC.3, K.CC.4

Students demonstrate one-to-one correspondence, cardinality, understanding of ‘one more’, and writes numbers.

#### 0-20 Counting – K.CC.3, K.CC.4

Students demonstrate one-to-one correspondence, cardinality, understanding of ‘one more’, and writes numbers.

#### Mystery Bag Q3 & Q4 – K.CC.3, K.CC.4, K.CC.5, K.NBT.1

Mystery Bag Q3 & Q4 task (Quarter 3 and Quarter 4) assesses one-to-one correspondence, cardinality, and writing numbers and showing understanding of decomposing numbers using place value.

#### Mystery Bags Q1 & Q2 – K.CC.3, K.CC.4, K.CC.5, K.CC.6

Mystery Bag Q1 & Q2 task (Quarter 1 and Quarter 2) assesses one-to-one correspondence, cardinality, writing numbers and comparing sets of objects.

#### Counting Forward 0-20 (Written) – K.CC.2, K.CC.3

Independent student task to assess if students are able to count forward from any given number in written form.

Counting Forward 0-20 (Written)

#### Graphing Sort – K.MD.3,K.CC.3,K.CC.5,K.CC.6

Students use pictures of living things to sort and answer questions.

#### Sorting Buttons – K.MD.3,K.CC.3,K.CC.5,K.CC.6

Students use buttons to sort and count by attributes and then answer questions.

#### Sorting Attribute Blocks – K.MD.3,K.CC.3,K.CC.5,K.CC.6

Students use colored blocks to sort and count.

## Assessments for K.CC.4

#### Drawing 1-10 – K.CC.4, K.CC.5

Students demonstrate one-to-one correspondence and cardinality by drawing sets of objects, showing understanding of ‘one more’, and number writing.

#### Drawing 0-20 – K.CC.3, K.CC.4

#### 1-10 Counting – K.CC.3, K.CC.4

Students demonstrate one-to-one correspondence, cardinality, understanding of ‘one more’, and writes numbers.

#### 0-20 Counting – K.CC.3, K.CC.4

#### Mystery Bag Q3 & Q4 – K.CC.3, K.CC.4, K.CC.5, K.NBT.1

Mystery Bag Q3 & Q4 task (Quarter 3 and Quarter 4) assesses one-to-one correspondence, cardinality, and writing numbers and showing understanding of decomposing numbers using place value.

#### Mystery Bags Q1 & Q2 – K.CC.3, K.CC.4, K.CC.5, K.CC.6

Mystery Bag Q1 & Q2 task (Quarter 1 and Quarter 2) assesses one-to-one correspondence, cardinality, writing numbers and comparing sets of objects.

## Assessments for K.CC.5

#### Counting and Comparing – K.CC.5, K.CC.7

Student counts pictures of objects and compares them.

#### Mystery Bag Q3 & Q4 – K.CC.3, K.CC.4, K.CC.5, K.NBT.1

Mystery Bag Q3 & Q4 task (Quarter 3 and Quarter 4) assesses one-to-one correspondence, cardinality, and writing numbers and showing understanding of decomposing numbers using place value.

#### Mystery Bags Q1 & Q2 – K.CC.3, K.CC.4, K.CC.5, K.CC.6

Mystery Bag Q1 & Q2 task (Quarter 1 and Quarter 2) assesses one-to-one correspondence, cardinality, writing numbers and comparing sets of objects.

#### Graphing Sort – K.MD.3,K.CC.3,K.CC.5,K.CC.6

Students use pictures of living things to sort and answer questions.

#### Sorting Buttons – K.MD.3,K.CC.3,K.CC.5,K.CC.6

Students use buttons to sort and count by attributes and then answer questions.

#### Sorting Attribute Blocks – K.MD.3,K.CC.3,K.CC.5,K.CC.6

Students use colored blocks to sort and count.

## Assessments for K.CC.6

#### Mystery Bags Q1 & Q2 – K.CC.3, K.CC.4, K.CC.5, K.CC.6

#### Graphing Sort – K.MD.3,K.CC.3,K.CC.5,K.CC.6

Students use pictures of living things to sort and answer questions.

#### Sorting Buttons – K.MD.3,K.CC.3,K.CC.5,K.CC.6

Students use buttons to sort and count by attributes and then answer questions.

#### Sorting Attribute Blocks – K.MD.3,K.CC.3,K.CC.5,K.CC.6

Students use colored blocks to sort and count.

## Assessments for K.CC.7

#### Comparing Numbers Interview – K.CC.7

Students compare numbers to 10 through an interview by the teacher.

#### Comparing Numbers – K.CC.7

Students compare numbers to 10.

#### Counting and Comparing – K.CC.5, K.CC.7

Student counts pictures of objects and compares them.